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The Best Confucius Quotes By James Alexander
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A selection of the finest quotes by Confucius, one of the most influential and respected Chinese philosophers in history.
101 Prince Philip Quotes By James Alexander
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Prince Philip (born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, 1921): Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of the United Kingdom, Lord High Admiral... He may have several titles and be of noble background and married... More > to the ever-popular Queen Elizabeth II, but Prince Philip has a reputation for uttering controversial remarks – gaffes, jokes, humorous comments (misconstrued or otherwise), offensive jibes, call them what you will – dream material for the Press to report in whichever way they choose. Here is a compilation of 101 quotes reflecting Prince Philip’s frankness and sense of humour over the years; character traits that are, perhaps, usually kept more in check by people moving in such highly distinguished circles. But where would be the fun in that? Enjoy!< Less
The Best Cicero Quotes By James Alexander
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Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 BC) is generally considered Rome’s greatest orator and the master of Latin prose. He was also a powerful statesman, a successful lawyer and an influential... More > philosopher. Indeed, his affect on European literature and ideas, notably the Renaissance period, is almost unparalleled. Luckily, as Cicero was declared a ‘righteous pagan’ by the early Catholic Church, many of his works have been preserved, including recorded speeches, books on rhetoric and philosophy. From these, comes this collection of the best Cicero quotes.< Less
The World's Funniest Proverbs By James Alexander
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As the title suggests, this is a collection of funny proverbs from all over the world. Arranged by subject, the proverbs cover a range of topics from 'Life' and 'Death' to 'Pessimism' and 'Marriage'... More > and highlight the fact that cultures may vary enormously, but humour and common sense can be very, very similarly expressed!< Less